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How to Make a Pinecone Wreath

Need some quick front-door decor? A ring crafted from pinecones you foraged—or bought, if your yard’s in short supply—with a grapevine wreath as a base takes minutes to make and will last till the new year (and beyond)

Gather your Materials

Photo by Denise Sfraga

To recreate this DIY pinecone wreath, look for pinecones that are totally dry, with scales that are standing up. Hit the crafts store for a grapevine wreath, a glue gun, glue sticks, and ribbon.

Assemble the Wreath

Photo by Denise Sfraga

How to make the wreath: Lay the grapevine ring flat and use hot glue to attach the largest pinecones along the center. Fill in on either side with smaller cones to cover the form.

Hang It

Photo by Nicole Esposito-Polly

You can stick this lightweight wreath onto an existing nail or hook, or secure it to the other side of the door with a wide ribbon threaded through the back of the wreath that runs over the top of the door. The burlap on this DIY pinecone wreath works for fall; using crimson ribbon would add some holiday cheer.